We call them GDOTs, grantor deemed owner trusts, because it sounds better to a client. Whether it’s an IDGT or GDOT these planning tools are highlighted in the 2013 Administration’s revenue proposal where their benefits will be diminished or obsolete. Maybe that is why InKnowVision is seeing so many new advanced estate planning cases coming in. Clients and advisors are finally getting the message; it’s now or never.
If you need a primer or refresher on Intentionally Defective Grantor Trusts,(Intentionally Defective Grantor Trust Technical Webinar By InKnowVision ) also know as GDOTs (Grantor Deemed Owner Trusts) then take an hour and get re-acquainted with the strategy. You’ll soon come to realize how powerful a planning tool it is and so will your clients. But do it before it’s too late!
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